The lab teaching enemies to have decent conversations

“Again and again, people who read the more complicated article went on to have richer conversations. They asked more questions, proposed higher quality ideas and left the lab more satisfied with their conversations. “They don’t solve the debate,” Coleman says, “but they do have a more nuanced understanding and more willingness to continue the conversation.” […]

First principle

“The first rule is that you’ve got to have multiple models, because if you just have one or two the nature of human psychology is such that you’ll torture reality so that it fits your models, or at least you’ll think it does.”   /Charlie Munger, 1994